By Holly Mandelkern,Byron Marshall
Beneath White Stars positive aspects Holly's narrative poetry approximately actual humans from the Holocaust whom she has recognized in my view or whose tales she has taught. Melding historic element and willing insights with the grace of poetry, she brings to lifestyles a wide selection of people suffering opposed to the horrors of the Holocaust. In those pages young ones are despatched from domestic to stand new lands on my own, young people danger their lives to withstand in ghettos and forests, prisoners upward push above the miseries of ghettos and focus camps via artwork, and diplomats and clergy hire their wiles to avoid wasting all these they could.
Brief biographical sketches, maps, and a customized timeline extra animate those brave members. (NOTE: during this book model, the reference maps and the illustrations before everything of every bankruptcy are in color.)
Illuminated through Byron Marshall's black and white, pen and ink drawings, Beneath White Stars: Holocaust Profiles in Poetry opens a different window on shiny lighting that shone even within the darkest of times.
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